|Vehicle Type:||Street Rods|
|Model:||Hi Boy (All Steel)|
|Model Type:||2DR Sedan|
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|Name:||Overstreet House of Cars|
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This is a pro built, all steel car that has that 60\\\'s vintage Hot Rod look and runs like new. With only 5,600 miles on the car since completion this car looks and drives great. Built to period correct early 60\\\'s vintage it has no billet with everything chromed polished or painted. The car started with a rust-free body that was completely restored. A new fully boxed TCI 4-link chassis and Magnum drop front axle was added along with GM disc brakes and a 9\\\" Ford rear. A new GM 350cid crate motor was dressed in rare 2-piece early style valve covers, a vintage Vette distributor and loads of chrome and polish. A THM350 transmission and a long Lokar shifter with 8 ball knob back it up. Inside is a beautiful white Lebanon Bonney interior with seat belts, all new glass and VDO classic gauges. The steering wheel is a rare fully restored 1950 Ford Crestliner item. This car is loaded with polish and chrome and attracts attention everywhere. It is also featured in the hardbound coffee table book titled \\\"Great American Hot Rods\\\" by Keith Harman and Chuck Vranas, which is included with the car.
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